Herbert & Henry (Jerod and Jamal Mixon) are twin brothers with dreams to become the biggest rap stars in the game. Their chance at super-stardom comes after they buy a T-shirt with a ...
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David A. Prior
Herbert & Henry (Jerod and Jamal Mixon) are twin brothers with dreams to become the biggest rap stars in the game. Their chance at super-stardom comes after they buy a T-shirt with a winning golden tag allowing them to perform with Real Deal, the most legendary rapper in the World. The only problem is, Kevin, an equally sized Jewish kid with dreams of singing and blinging, manages to steal the prized White T and has his own plans to perform at the concert. With the help of a gypsy, a goat, and cast of characters as big as Herbert and Henry's appetites, White T is a feel good urban adventure reminiscent of Dude Where's My Car, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Written by
It's really screwy and seeks punchlines like a blind man with a walking cane stepping into a NYC open manhole. I can't stand rap of any kind. I'm a symphonic, rock, metal and instrumental musician so that is just how it goes. I still enjoyed this movie.
When I read about two morbidly obese 30 year olds that still look 14 I'm expecting some Disney B-movie garbage. It pleasantly surprised me. They weren't selling cliché black culture or stereotypes as accurate as they may and may not be. It's just a comedy with two really fat brothers who want to be rappers but are bumbling idiots victim to their own bad habits and unreal expectations. It's a well put together b-movie comedy that pulls no punches with the humor. I'm not saying it's hilarious but it is funny and entertaining.
I was surprised by the low rating based on so many other B-movies where the target audience is black Americans, the movie is TERRIBLE but has at least 5 stars when it deserves none. So in my attempt to bring balance to the world I gave it a 10.
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